SCPS Course Listing

The SCPS Course Listings webpage is designed to inform students on scheduling opportunities over various semesters OPEN for registration. Please be advised, this webpage does not operate in real time. Seats that appear to be open in Courses Search might not be available when students register in JayWeb. Students are encouraged to waitlist in a course when a course is full. Waitlists are managed from the start of open registration up until two weeks prior to the start of the session. The Office of Registration and Records will contact a student when a seat becomes available so please check your etown.edu email regularly. Waitlists are processed based on the time stamp of the initial waitlist registration.

  • Terms: FA=Fall, WI=Winter, SP=Spring, SU=Summer
  • Days: M=Monday, T=Tuesday, W=Wednesday, H=Thursday, TH=Tuesday and Thursday, F=Friday, S=Saturday, U=Sunday
  • Core Areas of Understanding: MAAN = Math Analysis, VC = Values Choice and Justice, FCIS = World Cultures, PL = Power of Language, SOWD = Social World, CUL = Western Cultures, NW = Natural World, CREX = Creative Expression

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DIXON
36832AC 4050- -CE - -ASCPS AUDITINGStubbOpen20/23W 6:00PM - 9:00PM, Sat 9:00AM - 12:00PM3.00

SCPS AUDITING


We are all dependent on information. Audits assist in providing individuals with the comfort that the information they rely on for various life decisions is reasonable and free of material errors. In this course learners will examine the audit process, and discuss the practical reasons that audits are necessary. In addition, learners will also examine the importance of ethics and professional integrity in the audit process. Prerequisite: Ac 2060 Intermediate Accounting II or permission of the dean.




Notes: No class 4/20

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: Ground 0-25%

Location: DIXON

36818CS 1210- -MAAN-C-ASCPS COMPUTER SCIENCE IWhitehouseOpen16/18W 6:00PM - 10:00PM3.00

SCPS COMPUTER SCIENCE I


This class will provide students with a solid, fundamental understanding of the Java programming language. The interactive class sessions will combine lecture with “practice programming.” Students may expect to explore topics such as Java syntax, writing and running Java applications, basic testing and debugging, and classes and objects. Prerequisite: high school algebra and/or trigonometry and CS 1180 Fundamentals of Computer Architecture.




Notes: Mtg: 4/10, 4/17, 4/24 Web Mtg: 4/3, 5/1

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: Blended/Hybrid 26-50%

Location: DIXON

CS 1210- -MAAN-C-AWBX - SCPS COMPUTER SCIENCE IW 7:00PM - 8:00PM
36807CS 2090- -CE - -ASCPS DATABASE DESIGN SYSTEMSWhitehouseOpen11/18T 6:00PM - 10:00PM3.00

SCPS DATABASE DESIGN SYSTEMS


With the use of thought-provoking real-world and fictional case studies, interesting lectures and stimulating discussions, this class will explore the world of database systems, and database management. Learners will discover how vital a database is in today's business and technological environments; and the strength of the DBMS. Several different models will be discussed, and we will extract information from the database with query languages such as SQL. Time will also be spent finding techniques to improve most of the challenges of the database environment while also discovering methods for optimizing, enhancing and protecting the database itself. Prerequisites: CS 1180 Fundamentals of Computer Architecture and CS 1210 Computer Science I.




Notes: Mtg: 2/19, 3/5, 3/19 Web Mtg: 2/26, 3/12

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: Blended/Hybrid 26-50%

Location: DIXON

CS 2090- -CE - -AWBX - SCPS DATABASE DESIGN SYSTEMST 7:00PM - 8:00PM
36787CS 4420- -CE - -ASCPS COMPUTER NETWORK SECURITYFreedOpen14/18M 6:00PM - 10:00PM3.00

SCPS COMPUTER NETWORK SECURITY


This course provides an introduction to the principles and practice of network security. It aims to introduce students to the fundamental techniques used in implementing secure network communications, and to give them an understanding of common threats and attacks, as well as some practical experience in attacking and defending networked systems. Topics include: security threats in networks, principles for providing security mechanisms (cryptography, key management, message authentication), practice of securing systems (PGP, IPsec, SSL), and recent research topics in security. Prerequisite: CS 3420 Computer Networks and Networking Systems.




Notes: Mtg: 2/18, 3/4, 3/18

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: Blended/Hybrid 26-50%

Location: DIXON

36819CS 4900- -CE - -ASCPS READINGS AND PROJECTS IN COMPUTER SCIENCEFreedOpen15/18M 6:00PM - 10:00PM3.00

SCPS READINGS AND PROJECTS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE


The course provides the environment and structure within which the learner will choose and self-direct an independent programming project or research paper for demonstration, written and oral presentation. The project must be closely linked to the computer sciences, either a programming solution with appropriate documentation or a research paper in a current topic closely related to the computer sciences. The facilitator will guide the learner’s selection of a project or research paper to ensure that it meets the necessary criteria. The facilitator will also serve as a resource for the learner’s preparation, presentation, and defense of the project, both in writing and orally. The project or paper will become part of each learner’s learning portfolio; this portfolio will be used by the Center and Elizabethtown College for the assessment of programmatic learning outcomes. (This is a capstone course and therefore intended to be the final course taken in the major. Consultation with the advisor is required in order to register. In the event of large enrollment, preference will be given to graduating seniors).




Notes: Mtg: 4/1, 4/15, 4/29

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: Blended/Hybrid 26-50%

Location: DIXON

36656MBA510 - -CE - -ASCPS LEADERSHIP IN BUSINESS & LIFE BRIDGING THE GAPNilsonOpen17/18Th 6:00PM - 10:00PM3.00

SCPS LEADERSHIP IN BUSINESS & LIFE BRIDGING THE GAP


What does it take to be an effective leader today? This course looks at various types of leaders and how their effectiveness is determined based on their style, whom they are leading, and the nature of the situations they encounter. Current research and everyday examples of leaders will be used to help learners gain a comprehensive understanding of why some leaders succeed and others struggle or fail.




Notes: Mtg: 3/7, 3/11, 3/25, 4/1, 4/8, 4/22

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: Blended/Hybrid 26-50%

Location: DIXON

ETOWN
36778AC 2060- -CE - -ASCPS INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING IIKlaholdOpen14/18MTh 6:00PM - 9:00PM3.00

SCPS INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II


Intermediate Accounting II is a continuation of the study of generally accepted accounting principles. It is an in-depth study of stockholders equity, earnings per share, investments, revenue recognition and accounting for income taxes, pension and leases. The course will be completed with the preparation of the cash flows financial statement. Prerequisite: Ac 2050 Intermediate Accounting I or permission of the dean.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: Ground 0-25%

Location: ETOWN

36802AC 3060- -CE - -ASCPS STRATEGIC COST MANAGEMENTWesoloskieOpen19/23TTh 6:00PM - 9:00PM3.00

SCPS STRATEGIC COST MANAGEMENT


The purpose of the course is to introduce the learner to activity and strategic-based cost management. Changes in the business environment have dictated the need to incorporate total quality management. The cost management team must emphasize providing value to the customer, know their providers and gather and use all available information. Prerequisite: Ac 3050 Cost Accounting or permission of the dean.




Notes: No Class: 2/26

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: Ground 0-25%

Location: ETOWN

36809BA 2480- -CE - -BSCPS QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES FOR BUSINESSBattleOpen14/18MTh 6:00PM - 9:00PM3.00

SCPS QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES FOR BUSINESS


An introduction to quantitative analysis designed to solve practical business problems; break-even analysis, forecasting, inventory management, linear programming, transportation problems. Network flow models, project management, decision, and queuing analysis will all be covered in this class. Prerequisite: Ma 1510 Probability and Statistics. Recommend a working knowledge of Excel formulas.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: Ground 0-25%

Location: ETOWN

36785COM2100- -CE - -ASCPS PUBLIC PERFORMANCE AND PRESENTATIONInnerstOpen16/18M 6:00PM - 10:00PM3.00

SCPS PUBLIC PERFORMANCE AND PRESENTATION


In this course, learners will examine the strategies and goals of different occasions for public speaking, and then apply the lessons learned to in-class speeches and a longer final presentation




Notes: Mtg: 2/18, 3/4, 3/18

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: Blended/Hybrid 26-50%

Location: ETOWN

36828MA 1510- -MAAN-C-BSCPS PROBABILITY AND STATISTICSShellyOpen11/15MTh 6:00PM - 9:00PM3.00

SCPS PROBABILITY AND STATISTICS


(Mathematical Analysis Core) This course will explore the basic principles and methods of Probability and Statistics in order to develop: An awareness and appreciation of the role of statistics in our daily environment and activities; as well as a foundation for the advanced study and further application of statistics in one's particular area of specialization.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: Ground 0-25%

Location: ETOWN

36667MSL510 - -CE - -ASCPS FOUNDATIONS OF LEADERSHIPNiceOpen15/18M 6:00PM - 10:00PM3.00

SCPS FOUNDATIONS OF LEADERSHIP


This introductory course provides a foundation for the study of Strategic Leadership through a comprehensive examination of the history, theories, and processes of leadership. Learners will explore and apply specific leadership strategies and techniques within the context of current challenges leaders face. Learners will engage in self-reflection and feedback activities geared toward assessing current strengths and formulating plans for building their own leadership skills.




Notes: Mtg: 3/4, 3/18, 4/1

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: Blended /Hybrid 51-74%

Location: ETOWN

36671MSL595 - -CE - -ASCPS LEADERSHIP FOR TODAY AND TOMORROWGarrettOpen9/18T 6:00PM - 10:00PM3.00

SCPS LEADERSHIP FOR TODAY AND TOMORROW


Within today’s ever-changing world, effective leadership is pivotal in determining the success of mobilizing others to reach their fullest potential in an environment where resources continue to be limited. Organizations are required to be very strategic in the decisions that are made. This capstone course challenges learners to integrate what they have learned from previous MSL courses by assessing an organization’s current strategy and identifying areas of opportunities where the implementation of strategic leadership principles could have a positive impact on creating a culture and climate where individuals are able to effectively and efficiently contribute to the overall mission of the organization. (This is a capstone course and therefor intended to be the final course taken in the program. Consultation with the advisor is required in order to register.)




Notes: Mtg: 3/5, 3/19, 4/23

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: Blended /Hybrid 51-74%

Location: ETOWN

LANC
36811BA 3100- -VC -C-B*SCPS BUSINESS ETHICSMayOpen18/23T 6:00PM - 10:00PM3.00

*SCPS BUSINESS ETHICS


(Values, Choice and Justice Core; Accounting and Business Administration majors may not use this course for Core.) This course examines the ethical issues that arise in today’s business environment with special focus in the areas of business, marketing, finance, and accounting. The values and principles guiding ethical business decisions will be studied along with how ethics integrated into business can play a part in business strategy. Learners will explore their own values and apply an ethical decision making process to ethical dilemmas in business.




Notes: Mtg: 4/2, 4/30

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: Blended/Hybrid 26-50%

Location: LANC

36782BA 3690- -CE - -A*SCPS ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIORLambOpen21/23T 6:00PM - 10:00PM3.00

*SCPS ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR


Organizational Behavior is a course that addresses the interaction of the individual, group, and enterprise in the work environment, with special attention to the basic motivational, organizational, and leadership theories and their application. Prerequisites: BA 2650 Principles of Management and Psy 1050 General Psychology.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: Ground 0-25%

Location: LANC

LTHEO
36804BA 3640- -VC -C-ASCPS BUILDING ON DIVERSITY IN BUSINESSMartinOpen21/23Th 6:00PM - 10:00PM3.00

SCPS BUILDING ON DIVERSITY IN BUSINESS


(Values, Choice and Justice Core; Business majors may not use this course for Core.) This course will examine different cultures, religions and employee groups, while analyzing issues and strengths towards creating a positive workplace. Learners will explore how to effectively manage these groups through real-life work situations and develop strategies for long-term solutions.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: Ground 0-25%

Location: LTHEO

36813BA 4670- -CE - -ASCPS HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENTMartinOpen21/23Th 6:00PM - 10:00PM3.00

SCPS HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT


Analysis of the principles, concepts and practices of procurement, development, maintenance, and utilization of personnel in organizations. Prerequisite: BA 2650 Principles of Management.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: Ground 0-25%

Location: LTHEO

36816CJ 4900- -CE - -ASCPS CRIMINAL JUSTICE SEMINARWalkerOpen14/18T 6:00PM - 10:00PM3.00

SCPS CRIMINAL JUSTICE SEMINAR


This course is the capstone course in the major and intended to provide the learner with the chance to utilize those skills and ideas obtained during the completion of their required Criminal Justice classes. This experiential learning process will allow the learner to demonstrate a broad knowledge of many aspects of the Criminal Justice system. The class will facilitate the completion of a critical review of an established Criminal Justice related program by each learner. The program review will encompass both scholastic research and field work including interviews of participants of the selected program. (This is a capstone course and therefore intended to be the final course taken in the major. Consultation with the advisor is required in order to register. In the event of large enrollment, preference will be given to graduating seniors.)




Notes: Mtg: 4/2, 4/30

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: Blended /Hybrid 51-74%

Location: LTHEO

36800MA 1080- -MAAN-C-ASCPS APPLIED MATHEMATICS: PROBLEM SOLVING USING EXCELShellyOpen13/15M 6:00PM - 10:00PM3.00

SCPS APPLIED MATHEMATICS: PROBLEM SOLVING USING EXCEL


(Mathematical Analysis Core) This course provides an introduction to a variety of mathematical concepts focusing on real-world applications of mathematical modeling and meaning, rather than on proving theorems. This is an application-oriented course and the approach is practical. Learners will use Excel to find the solutions to real-world mathematical situations. Focusing on translating every day questions into mathematical problems to solve, the topics will include: Algebra, Sets, Graphing, Number Theory, Linear Equations and Inequalities, Statistics, Probability, and Consumer Mathematics. Part of the class is devoted to lecture and part will be an interactive lab. Although not required, this course is recommended as a preparatory course for Ma 151, Probability and Statistics.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: Ground 0-25%

Location: LTHEO

ONLNE
36777AC 1080- -CE - -ASCPS MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTINGWeaverOpen5/183.00

SCPS MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING


Managerial accounting involves using economic and financial information to plan and control many of the activities of an entity, and to support the management decision-making process. The objective of this course is to provide learners with an understanding of the management and information that aids management with making sound decisions. Regardless of what career a learner decides to pursue, he or she is likely to be confronted with accounting issues. Therefore, this course is beneficial for both accounting and non-accounting majors. Prerequisite: Ac 1060 Principles of Accounting II or Ac 1070 Business Financial Accounting.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36831AC 3010- -CE - -ASCPS INTRODUCTION TO FEDERAL INCOME TAXWeaverOpen12/233.00

SCPS INTRODUCTION TO FEDERAL INCOME TAX


The objective of this course is to introduce individual income tax codes and regulations to the student. This course will concentrate on the study and application of individual tax law using analytical and problem solving techniques. There will be limited reference made to federal tax forms.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36803ART1550- -CUL -C-ASCPS HISTORY OF ART ISchankeOpen14/183.00

SCPS HISTORY OF ART I


(Cultural Heritage Core) This course provides an introduction to the painting, sculpture, crafts and architecture of the Paleolithic, Near Eastern, Egyptian, Greek, Roman, and Medieval civilizations. The invention of visual systems, the symbolic function of images, and the role of the artist as an interpreter of cultural values are discussed.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36779BA 1550- -CE - -ASCPS MANAGERIAL COMMUNICATIONGrossOpen4/183.00

SCPS MANAGERIAL COMMUNICATION


This course provides a study of the various communication techniques, incorporating the use of both theory and technology. Emphasis is on the analysis, ethics and organization of materials for effective oral and written communications in a business setting.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36949BA 1550- -CE - -BSCPS MANAGERIAL COMMUNICATIONHermanOpen8/183.00

SCPS MANAGERIAL COMMUNICATION


This course provides a study of the various communication techniques, incorporating the use of both theory and technology. Emphasis is on the analysis, ethics and organization of materials for effective oral and written communications in a business setting.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36780BA 2480- -CE - -ASCPS QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES FOR BUSINESSTraubOpen1/183.00

SCPS QUANTITATIVE TECHNIQUES FOR BUSINESS


An introduction to quantitative analysis designed to solve practical business problems; break-even analysis, forecasting, inventory management, linear programming, transportation problems. Network flow models, project management, decision, and queuing analysis will all be covered in this class. Prerequisite: Ma 1510 Probability and Statistics. Recommend a working knowledge of Excel formulas.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36810BA 2650- -CE - -ASCPS PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENTTraubOpen4/183.00

SCPS PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT


A study of the process of utilizing and coordinating technical and human resources in order to achieve the objectives of a business, governmental, education, social or religious organization. Includes analysis of the concepts, principles and practices involved in the planning, organizing, staffing, motivating, and controlling functions.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36781BA 3400- -CE - -ASCPS BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMSBeaulieuOpen7/183.00

SCPS BUSINESS INFORMATION SYSTEMS


With the use of real-world case studies and discussions this class will explore the world of business information systems, electronic commerce and electronic business as they relate to accounting. Learners will search for ways to solidify the relationship among the people of all levels in the organization and the information system of the business. Time will be spent exploring techniques to improve challenges that invade business and accounting information systems while also discovering methods for optimizing, enhancing and protecting the information system itself.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36812BA 3600- -CE - -ASCPS LEADERSHIPHermanOpen2/183.00

SCPS LEADERSHIP


It is essential to gain a fundamental understanding of leadership and even more importantly to gain knowledge in the attributes of leadership in order to make better decisions, both professionally and personally. In this course, we will examine the characteristics, attributes, and styles of leadership. We will discuss the results of a lack of leadership and the impact of following.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36950BA 3600- -CE - -BSCPS LEADERSHIPMironOpen8/183.00

SCPS LEADERSHIP


It is essential to gain a fundamental understanding of leadership and even more importantly to gain knowledge in the attributes of leadership in order to make better decisions, both professionally and personally. In this course, we will examine the characteristics, attributes, and styles of leadership. We will discuss the results of a lack of leadership and the impact of following.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36783BA 4950- -CE - -ASCPS CORPORATE STRATEGYMayOpen1/183.00

SCPS CORPORATE STRATEGY


Corporate Strategy is the required capstone course to be taken by accounting and business administration learners in their senior year (preferably last semester) of studies. This course examines how organizations position themselves and strive to compete in today's rapidly changing marketplace and business environment. It is designed to integrate the concepts, principles, and practices from a learner's prior business courses. With the aid of case studies, the course involves a comprehensive study of the interrelationships between management principles, problem analysis, strategy formation and implementation for the contemporary enterprise. (This is a capstone course and therefore intended to be the final course taken in the major. Consultation with the advisor is required in order to register. In the event of large enrollment, preference will be given to graduating seniors.)




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36784CD 1000- -CE - -ASCPS CAREER DEVELOPMENT FOR THE LIFELONG LEARNERWaltonOpen12/181.00

SCPS CAREER DEVELOPMENT FOR THE LIFELONG LEARNER


(1 credit) When entering into an educational program, the goal of the person upon graduation is often to be promoted within their company or to change the direction of their career. The needs of the adult learner in the area of career development vary from assessment of abilities to refining job search skills. This course will allow the adult learner to examine their interests and skills as well as develop a career portfolio for either movement within a company or for changing careers. One of the final outcomes will hopefully be the answer to that age-old question: "What do you want to be when you grow up?"




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36814CJ 1170- -CE - -ASCPS INTRODUCTION TO THE AMERICAN CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEMMcDanielOpen12/183.00

SCPS INTRODUCTION TO THE AMERICAN CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM


This course provides the learner with an overview and general understanding of the American Criminal Justice system. Learners will examine criminal law, policing, lawyers, judges, court processes, sentencing, and corrections.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36805CJ 3100- -VC -C-ASCPS ETHICAL ISSUES IN CRIMINAL JUSTICEMcDanielOpen10/183.00

SCPS ETHICAL ISSUES IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE


(Values, Choice and Justice Core; Criminal Justice majors may not use this course for Core.) This course examines ethical dilemmas pertaining to the administration of criminal justice and professional activities in the Criminal Justice field. The primary focus will involve the examination of ethics and ethical decision making in law enforcement, terrorism, legal practice, sentencing, corrections, research, crime control policy and philosophical issues. In addition, students will review training issues as related to ethics in the criminal justice field.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36815CJ 4200- -SOWD-C-ASCPS PSYCHOLOGY OF CRIMINAL BEHAVIORNelsonOpen10/183.00

SCPS PSYCHOLOGY OF CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR


(Social World Core; Criminal Justice majors may not use this course for Core.) A study of the psychological bases and dynamics of criminal behavior. Topics to be discussed include the role of free will and expected utility in crime, psychopathic behavior, and the role of society in crime. We will also review the ways in which the criminal justice system (presently and historically) processes, treats, and affects the different types of offenders.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36806CJ 4300- -CE - -ASCPS WHITE COLLAR CRIMEHarnishOpen5/183.00

SCPS WHITE COLLAR CRIME


This course will introduce the learners to a variety of topics and issues in the white collar crimes area. The course will examine the definition, history, types, causes and measurements of white collar crime. Specifically, the course will review the costs and effects of white collar crime on society and explore the use of criminal sanctions to address this type of criminality.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36786COM2520- -VC -C-ASCPS MULTICULTURAL COMMUNICATIONRudyOpen9/183.00

SCPS MULTICULTURAL COMMUNICATION


(Values, Choice and Justice Core; Communication majors may not use this course for Core.) This course is designed to study issues of diversity and the media by investigating the audience, content, and institutions of communications. Cultural perceptions will be explored as they relate to an individual's beliefs on diversity such as: race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion, age, class, and disability. A research and field experience will challenge learners to analyze and formulate their own views.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36833COM3580- -CE - -ASCPS INTEGRATED MARKETING COMMUNICATIONSfida-AllenOpen11/183.00

SCPS INTEGRATED MARKETING COMMUNICATION


This course will provide learners with skills necessary to understand and apply the unique interaction of communications and marketing disciplines when considered in a global context. By focusing on the role of communication research in development of a global marketing communication strategy, learners will apply concepts which integrate advertising, public relations, sales promotion and other organizational efforts for a strategic viewpoint in the global/international environment. Learners will develop an integrated marketing communications plan to demonstrate expertise in planning, implementation, and control of marketing communications initiatives. Prerequisite: BA 2150 Principles of Marketing.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36817COM4850- -CE - -ASCPS COMMUNICATION SEMINARSmithOpen16/183.00

SCPS COMMUNICATION SEMINAR


Communication Seminar is the final, or capstone, course required of all Communications majors. It is intended to provide an opportunity for an integration of course work, knowledge, skills, and experiential learning to enable the student to demonstrate a broad mastery of professional expectations in order to gain initial employability within the communications field, further learning, and career advancement. The course employs critical thinking, creative thinking, problem solving strategies, effective writing, effective oral communication, quantitative and qualitative analysis, computer literacy, library competency and mediated communications that are related to specific career plans. (This is a capstone course and therefore intended to be the final course taken in the major. Consultation with the advisor is required in order to register. In the event of large enrollment, preference will be given to graduating seniors.)




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36788EC 1000- -SOWD-C-ASCPS GLOBAL MACROECONOMICSFoxOpen11/183.00

SCPS GLOBAL MACROECONOMICS


(Social World Core; Accounting and Business Administration majors may not use this course for Core.) Economics can no longer be referred to as the dismal science. The world has become so dynamic, and economics has become such an integral part of world dynamics that it affects each and every one of us every single day. Because of its importance in our lives, economics must now be referred to as the relevant science. This course gives students an orientation to the nature of economics on a global scale. The student is further provided with a solid foundation to the principles of macroeconomics as a discipline. This course will highlight the concepts of capitalism, supply, demand, free markets, inflation, recession, and money supply. Particular attention will be given to the way a society allocates scarce resources and how the Federal Reserve Board influences the supply of money. A correlation between economic theories and everyday experiences will help students relate the material in a way that demonstrates its relevance and thus allows a deeper understanding of economics. A strong emphasis is placed on discussion of current events and how those events incorporate various economic theories. This will give the student a greater appreciation of the relevance of economics as a science. Macroeconomics examines the aggregate performance of all markets in our economy.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36820EC 1020- -CE - -ASCPS PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICSFoxOpen5/183.00

SCPS PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS


Economics now, more than ever, plays a crucial role in our lives and has a significant impact on our success, both personally and professionally. Microeconomics focuses on the behavior of individual consumers and individual firms. Microeconomics gives us a focused perspective, and deals with specialized issues and detailed analysis within economics. A strong emphasis is placed on discussion of current events and how those events incorporate various economic theories. This will give the learner a greater appreciation of the relevance of economics as a science.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36789EN 1000- -PL -C-ASCPS WRITING AND LANGUAGEGoodmanOpen11/183.00

SCPS WRITING AND LANGUAGE


(Power of Language Core) In this writing-intensive introductory course, adult learners will learn and practice various strategies and structures to write college-level papers. Each week, learners will read and study examples of each strategy, and then apply them to their own papers. The course culminates in a critical/research paper that allows adult learners to bring together many of the skills they've practiced in the course.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36821EN 1000- -PL -C-BSCPS WRITING AND LANGUAGEGoodmanOpen16/183.00

SCPS WRITING AND LANGUAGE


(Power of Language Core) In this writing-intensive introductory course, adult learners will learn and practice various strategies and structures to write college-level papers. Each week, learners will read and study examples of each strategy, and then apply them to their own papers. The course culminates in a critical/research paper that allows adult learners to bring together many of the skills they've practiced in the course.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36822EN 2420- -CUL -C-ASCPS AMERICAN LITERATURE: 1865 TO PRESENTMcDonnellOpen13/18Th 6:30PM - 8:00PM3.00

SCPS AMERICAN LITERATURE: 1865 TO PRESENT


(Cultural Heritage Core) In this survey course, learners examine representative works written by American authors over the last 150 years.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36834EN 2610- -CREX-C-ASCPS LITERATURE AND THE WORKPLACEKennedyOpen11/183.00

SCPS LITERATURE AND THE WORKPLACE


(Creative Expression Core) In this survey course, students will examine a variety of literary works that focus on the benefits and challenges of the workplace as a theme. Through a close reading of essays, poems, plays, and stories, students will be encouraged to develop their skills as readers and writers of literary fiction. Students will also be encouraged to compare these themes to their own work experience, and to consider the role that work plays in their lives.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36791FS 1500- -CO -C-BSCPS FOUNDATIONS FOR ACCELERATED LEARNINGArcherOpen13/153.00

SCPS FOUNDATIONS FOR ACCELERATED LEARNING


(Core Course) Foundations for Accelerated Learning is designed to introduce adult learners to the scholarly demands of Elizabethtown College’s accelerated coursework. Emphasis is placed upon self-reflection and collaboration with peers, implementing skills for success in an accelerated learning environment, evaluating personal strengths, and identifying strategies to overcome challenges. Students will develop research, writing, and presentation skills that lay the foundation for future success.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36792HCA2650- -CE - -ASCPS HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENTKirkseyOpen12/183.00

SCPS HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT


This course provides the knowledge and skill set to administer health care organizations and programs. This course examines the internal operations of health care organizations (e.g. hospitals, practices, ambulatory care, long-term care, managed care and insurance companies). The course will expand the student’s traditional management knowledge - plan, direct, monitor, evaluate - as well as contemporary management models that are used in health care organizations. Concepts of planning, organizational behavior, and management specifically applicable to the administration of health care organizations and programs are presented.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36835HCA3600- -CE - -ASCPS ISSUES IN WOMEN'S HEALTH CAREKirkseyOpen8/183.00

SCPS ISSUES IN WOMEN'S HEALTH CARE


This course explores some of the major health conditions and challenges that specifically affect women. It examines the effects of chronic, infectious, autoimmune and psychological health conditions on women; as well as health disparities and gender differences in health behaviors. The goal of the course is to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the needs of women accessing health care, and how this knowledge is useful in developing successful and effective health care programs, services, management practices and policies.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36793HCA4500- -CE - -ASCPS LONG-TERM CARE ADMINISTRATIONGreenbergOpen9/183.00

SCPS LONG-TERM CARE ADMINISTRATION


This course examines how as change takes place, and the health care field becomes more sophisticated and diverse, successful long-term care administrators will face tougher challenges than any they have seen before and they will have to bring new skills to their jobs. Topics and discussions center around how successful managers will possess the ability to change with the times, manage their organizations while under constant and substantial pressure, how to be flexible enough to adapt to different management settings, or to providing services that are different from those with which they may have been familiar. Evaluate how tomorrow's long-term care managers will be expected to possess those skills essential to managing larger more complex organizations.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36823HCA4900- -CE - -ASCPS STRATEGY OF HEALTH CARE ORGANIZATIONSSeaversOpen14/183.00

SCPS STRATEGY OF HEALTH CARE ORGANIZATIONS


This comprehensive capstone course examines how health care organizations position themselves and strive to compete in today’s rapidly changing marketplace and business environment. It is designed to integrate the concepts, principles, and practices from the learner's prior health care courses. With the aid of case studies, the course involves a comprehensive study of the interrelationships between management principles, problem analysis, strategy formation and implementation for healthcare organizations. (This is a capstone course and therefore intended to be the final course taken in the major. Consultation with the advisor is required in order to register. In the event of large enrollment, preference will be given to graduating seniors.)




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36794HS 2350- -CE - -ASCPS COUNSELING TECHNIQUES AND SKILLSBarrowOpen10/183.00

SCPS COUNSELING TECHNIQUES AND SKILLS


This course will provide students with a background of concepts, historical perspectives, and information regarding counseling systems. Students will develop skills for building effective working relationships with clients and focus on skills required to explore clients’ difficulties and recognize and enhance strengths. It will discuss how to establish plans and implement strategies to accomplish goals related to identified problems or concerns. This course will provide strategies for evaluating case progress in work with individuals, groups and families. It will provide students with the information they need to meet several Educational Policy and Accreditation Standards (EPAS) competencies—a set of nine standards or competencies centered on an educational format that prescribes attention to outcome performance.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36824HS 3100- -VC -C-ASCPS ETHICAL ISSUES IN HUMAN SERVICESKingOpen4/183.00

SCPS ETHICAL ISSUES IN HUMAN SERVICES


(Values, Choice and Justice Core; Human Services majors may not use this course for Core.) This course will examine the principles, philosophy and theories relating to social and human ethics. Topics for discussion include: why ethics is important, personal vs. community values, social responsibility, cultural and global ramifications, and applicable legislation surrounding ethics in the human services. Application of real-life scenarios and case studies may be utilized.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36825HS 3900- -CE - -ASCPS MENTAL HEALTH & CRISIS INTERVENTIONSchuckerOpen8/183.00

SCPS MENTAL HEALTH & CRISIS INTERVENTION


Mental health issues are rapidly increasing across the U.S.; therefore, proper prevention and intervention skills are necessary to effectively deal with the multitude of individuals afflicted. This course will provide an understanding of mental health and associated issues including but not limited to depressed, disruptive, violent, angry, anxious, or suicidal clients. Other areas covered include crisis intervention skills and techniques, application, and a systematic approach to dealing with people in crisis. Prerequisite: HS 2350 Counseling Techniques & Skills or equivalent.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36795HS 4120- -CE - -ASCPS HUMAN SERVICES DELIVERYReichenbachOpen13/183.00

SCPS HUMAN SERVICES DELIVERY


This course provides an in-depth look at how human service organizations handle various processes. Learners will analyze both the systems – internal and external - and the practices of organizations, including but not limited to: roles and responsibilities of administrators and staff, leadership, organizational culture, HR and fiscal management, strategic planning, marketing and public relations, partnerships and collaborative relationships, and working with a non-profit board of directors. Interaction with a human service agency or comparative study may be required as an individual or group project. Prerequisite HS 1080 Introduction to Human Services.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36796HS 4900- -CE - -ASCPS HUMAN SERVICES SEMINARWikelOpen10/153.00

SCPS HUMAN SERVICES SEMINAR


This capstone course encapsulates a comprehensive understanding of the human services. Integration of previously learned theories, concepts, skills and practices will be implemented. Learners will incorporate critical thinking skills necessary for a human service professional. A major project is required which will assess mastery of the learner’s competency in the field. (This is a capstone course and therefore intended to be the final course taken in the major. Consultation with the advisor is required in order to register. In the event of large enrollment, preference will be given to graduating seniors.)




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36797HUM2600- -CREX-C-ASCPS THE CREATIVE PROCESSRoseOpen2/183.00

SCPS THE CREATIVE PROCESS


(Creative Expression Core) This course will examine the creative process as it relates to both individuals and organizations. Learners will use readings and their own experiences to explore how the creative process varies from individuals and how it can be developed. The idea of creativity will be explored from both the perspective of business and artistic expression. Through readings, discussion and group activities, learners will better understand how the creative process is used in the creation of art, literature, music and product development and design. The course will also focus on the importance of creativity in the workplace and the impact of innovation on both society and business.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36798IDC2770- -CO -C-ASCPS POVERTY IN A WORLD OF PLENTYRadcliffOpen9/18T 7:00PM - 8:30PM3.00

SCPS POVERTY IN A WORLD OF PLENTY


(This interdisciplinary course can be used to fulfill either the Foreign Cultures OR Values, Choice and Justice Core requirement.) This course will examine the many causes behind half of the world's people living on less than two dollars a day--the majority of them women and children. Factors such as bias against women, sweatshop labor, a failing environment, government corruption, the history of colonialism, and misguided foreign aid will be explored. Solutions will be sought related to consumer purchases, women's empowerment, and influencing government policies and aid distribution.




Notes: Web Mtg: 2/26, 3/12

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36836IDC2780- -CO -C-BSCPS GLOBAL FILMS: REFLECTIONS OF CULTURES AND CREATIVITYRoseOpen4/183.00

SCPS GLOBAL FILMS: REFLECTIONS OF CULTURES AND CREATIVITY


(This interdisciplinary course can be used to fulfill either the Foreign Cultures OR Creative Expression Core requirement.) This course involves the study of global films selected for their artistic, cultural, and historic value. A variety of styles and genres of films will be studied and analyzed, including classic as well as contemporary films. The reflective nature of film allows the viewer to investigate cultural identity and the impact of political and historical events through the eyes of the cultures themselves. All films are subtitled and the readings, written work, lectures and discussions are all in English.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36799IDC4900- -CO -C-BSCPS CORE PROGRAM CAPSTONEKennedyOpen3/123.00

SCPS CORE PROGRAM CAPSTONE


This course serves as the Core Program's capstone course with a final project that represents the student’s ability to define a contemporary problem and construct a defense of the thesis, both orally and in writing. The course also provides the opportunity for the student to reflect on the impact of Core Program learning and explore how that learning relates to a contemporary problem being studied. (Consultation with the advisor is required in order to register. In the event of large enrollment, preference will be given to graduating seniors.)




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36826IDC4900- -CO -C-CSCPS CORE PROGRAM CAPSTONERosarioClosed0/123.00

SCPS CORE PROGRAM CAPSTONE


This course serves as the Core Program's capstone course with a final project that represents the student’s ability to define a contemporary problem and construct a defense of the thesis, both orally and in writing. The course also provides the opportunity for the student to reflect on the impact of Core Program learning and explore how that learning relates to a contemporary problem being studied. (Consultation with the advisor is required in order to register. In the event of large enrollment, preference will be given to graduating seniors.)




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36935IDC4900- -CO -C-ESCPS CORE PROGRAM CAPSTONECoplenOpen6/123.00

SCPS CORE PROGRAM CAPSTONE


This course serves as the Core Program's capstone course with a final project that represents the student’s ability to define a contemporary problem and construct a defense of the thesis, both orally and in writing. The course also provides the opportunity for the student to reflect on the impact of Core Program learning and explore how that learning relates to a contemporary problem being studied. (Consultation with the advisor is required in order to register. In the event of large enrollment, preference will be given to graduating seniors.)




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36827MA 1080- -MAAN-C-BSCPS APPLIED MATHEMATICS: PROBLEM SOLVING USING EXCELTobinOpen4/15W 7:30PM - 9:00PM3.00

SCPS APPLIED MATHEMATICS: PROBLEM SOLVING USING EXCEL


(Mathematical Analysis Core) This course provides an introduction to a variety of mathematical concepts focusing on real-world applications of mathematical modeling and meaning, rather than on proving theorems. This is an application-oriented course and the approach is practical. Learners will use Excel to find the solutions to real-world mathematical situations. Focusing on translating every day questions into mathematical problems to solve, the topics will include: Algebra, Sets, Graphing, Number Theory, Linear Equations and Inequalities, Statistics, Probability, and Consumer Mathematics. Part of the class is devoted to lecture and part will be an interactive lab. Although not required, this course is recommended as a preparatory course for Ma 151, Probability and Statistics.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36657MBA515 - -CE - -ASCPS INTEGRATEDMKTGCOMMUNICATION, BRANDING & PROMOTIONSSchauerOpen5/18T 7:00PM - 8:00PM3.00

SCPS INTEGRATEDMKTGCOMMUNICATION, BRANDING & PROMOTIONS


This course offers cutting-edge thinking on integrated marketing communications, branding and promotions. Product and brand management are at the heart of an organization’s survival. Brand and product managers run a small business and, as such, have profit and loss responsibility for brands. Yet few courses are intended to walk learners through the steps necessary to achieve this objective. Accordingly, the goal of this course is to prepare such managers and/or potential managers to build brand assets and create an enduring advantage for their brands in the marketplace. Learners will be exposed to the contemporary challenges faced by a broad variety of firms in creating and maintaining brand equity. Cases and exercises incorporated are quite diverse in terms of the sizes of the organization involved and the types of markets they serve.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36672MBA530 - -CE - -BSCPS CORPORATE SOCRESPONSIBILITY: MAKING A BIGGER IMPACT ON THE WORLDCoplenOpen13/183.00

SCPS CORPORATE SOCRESPONSIBILITY: MAKING A BIGGER IMPACT ON THE WORLD


The fundamental component of CSR is essential in an age of transparency for business operations. This course provides an examination of business strategies and practices that offer a framework for planning and evaluating the integration of socially responsible decision-making into the day-to-day operations of the corporation. Focus is on benefits to all stakeholders of the organization. CSR serves as a differentiating factor for organizations in the long term to remain competitive in an evolving business environment. This course explores tying CSR to the organization’s core mission, as well as challenging students to think in new ways about the impact of business activities on the world.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36661MBA540 - -CE - -ASCPS SOCIETAL ECONOMIC ANALYSISBatailleOpen17/183.00

SCPS SOCIETAL ECONOMIC ANALYSIS


Leaders must be able to critically examine a wide-range of interrelated organizational, governmental and societal issues by applying economic analysis. Learn to apply the economic theories, techniques and applications necessary to practically explore a variety of real-world domestic and global problems.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36662MBA550 - -CE - -ASCPS INFORMATION FOR STRATEGIC DECISION MAKINGSchankeOpen8/183.00

SCPS INFORMATION FOR STRATEGIC DECISION MAKING


Business leaders must have a solid grasp of the organizational change dynamics associated with new information systems being implemented. This course addresses the real world of Information Technology (IT) management. Topics include evaluating IT investment value, outsourcing, working with vendors, IT governance, IT project management, and IT security and trends.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36664MBA580 - -CE - -ASCPS CORP FINANCE FOR BUSINESS LEADERS: THEORY & PRACTICEHooperOpen15/18T 7:00PM - 8:00PM3.00

SCPS CORP FINANCE FOR BUSINESS LEADERS: THEORY & PRACTICE


This course provides a review and further enhances the understanding of financial theories and practices, and develops the skills necessary to strategically manage the financial operations of an enterprise. Readings and case studies will inject real-world situations into the learning process in order for students to draw upon them in the formulation of financial strategies and management of financial issues. Prerequisite: MBA 525, Accounting for Strategic Decision Making.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:Register By Instructor

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36674MHA570 - -CE - -ASCPS HUMAN RESOURCE ADMINISTRATION IN HEALTH CARE ORGANIZATIONSBrummerOpen14/183.00

SCPS HUMAN RESOURCE ADMINISTRATION IN HEALTH CARE ORGANIZATIONS


This course examines human resource management functions, processes and systems within organizations including recruitment, selection, training of personnel and the legal and regulatory environment affecting human resource management operations in health care organizations. Managing and developing human resources within and between systems/organizations is also studied. Organizational performance and creativity are examined as critical factors in adapting to the quickly changing business of health care.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36669MSL570 - -CE - -ASCPS DESIGN THINKING FOR LEADERSMitchellOpen8/18W 6:00PM - 7:00PM3.00

SCPS DESIGN THINKING FOR LEADERS


In this course, students will explore the fundamentals of design thinking and how it can be applied to improve their organization's performance. Students will be immersed in a problem space, and use the design thinking process to develop a solution. Students will estabilsh a framework for collaborative problem solving and learn the steps involved in creating an innovative organizational environment. Through case studies of design thinking in action, students will explore the opportunities and challenges of this approach. The relationship of design thinking and adaptive leadership will be integrated as students demonstrate that design thinking can be applied to multiple fields.




Notes: Web Mtg: 3/20, 4/17

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36829PSY1050- -SOWD-C-ASCPS GENERAL PSYCHOLOGYVergheseOpen6/183.00

SCPS GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY


(Social World Core) This course provides an introduction to the science of psychology, including methods of inquiry, the biological perspective, learning and motivation, abnormal behavior, developmental and social influences, cognition, sensation and perception, stress and health, social psychology, neuroscience, and personality.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36767PSY2080- -NW -C-ASCPS HEALTH PSYCHOLOGYVergheseOpen2/124.00

SCPS HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY


(Natural World Core, 4 credits) Health Psychology is a specific, and relatively recently developed, branch of psychology which interrelates psychological knowledge, theory, and practices with the biological and sociological disciplines devoted to health. This course examines the status, place and function of psychology in the medical setting, explores the psychology of illness and its twin components of stress and pain, illustrates the behavioral aspects of specific diseases (cardiovascular, cancer, etc.) as well as habits such as tobacco smoking, alcohol use, and unnecessary eating. Alternate and healthful lifestyle habits are reviewed. The laboratory integrated with this course involves the adult learner directly with the techniques and practices of health psychology.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36801SO 1010- -SOWD-C-ASCPS DISCOVERING SOCIETYRosarioOpen8/183.00

SCPS DISCOVERING SOCIETY


(Social World Core) An introduction to the sociological perspective to achieve an understanding of its impact on the individual through exploring social reality, process and explanation.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE

36830SSC2620- -NW -C-ASCPS ENVIRONMENTAL CHOICESYoderOpen5/124.00

SCPS ENVIRONMENTAL CHOICES


(Natural World Core, 4 credits) This class will explore human impacts on the earth and the consequences of these impacts for the human and non-human living systems; ethical considerations for environmental decision-making; and avenues for more sustainable living.




Notes:

Credit Type: Letter Graded

Course Reminder:

Program Category: 100% Online

Location: ONLNE